25 January 1997 Pavle Celik is a magistrate who advocated the formation of professional police and wanted to put an end to socialist oppression in the former Yugoslavia. He was the first commander of the former federal police special brigades, who had to choose a side when the conflict in the former Yugoslavia broke out […]

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